Google search engine settings are safe for children

Google search engine settings are safe for children - The purpose of this writing is that Google's search engine does not present results that are not appropriate for family members, recruiting our children. 

Our children are getting assignments from school, both in elementary school, junior high and high school, to look for data that is related to their lessons on the internet. For example, traditional houses or traditional dances from various regions, 

articles about various types of energy, and so on. To find that, the majority of them must use the Google search engine. 

But unfortunately, sometimes in the Google search results list there are also search results that are not appropriate for them, as exemplified in the video at the end of this article.

Nowadays to access the internet is very easy since the advent of smartphones and tablets. So we have to do Google settings on their smartphone / tablet devices and laptops or computers that I will also use.

A. Settings Google search engine on a computer or laptop.

To do Google settings on a smartphone or tablet, follow these steps:

Run the browser application as I like from your computer. Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome or others.

Because this article focuses on Google's search engine, make sure Google is the default search engine of the browser you will use. If the browser after using Google as the default search engine, first open the browser will look like the picture below.

- From the picture above, in the address bar at the top, look at Google's search engine address, "" or "". This is a Google search engine page.

- Slide the Google search engine page to the bottom.

- Search and click Settings (a), then click Search settings (2) as shown in the picture below this.

- In the Searchsafe filters section, click Turn on Safe search (3). Then a check mark appears next to it.

- Then click Lock SafeSearch on the right (4). You are asked to log in to your Google account. Just say it.

- After you sign in to your Google account, the SafeSearch Lock page will appear. Click the SafeSearch Lock box and wait for the locking process on all Google domains to be complete.

- If finished, the message "SafeSearch is locked across all Google domains" will appear and is like the following picture.

- If you want to reopen SafeSearch Lock, repeat the first step and click "Unlock SafeSearch". You are asked to enter Goggle account again and follow the next process.

B. Google Settings on a smartphone or tablet.

To do Google settings on a smartphone or tablet, follow these steps:

Run the internet browser application (browser). Just use a browser as it depends on the brand of your smartphone or tablet.
Make sure Google's search engine is the main or default search engine of the browser you're using.
To be sure: just type the words that you are looking for in the browser search box that you are using, then press enter / OK. If in the address bar (address bar) at the most written "https: // Ie = ............" some browsers and after using the Google search engine. Here on the search results page there is the "Google" logo with its signature color combination.
If in the address bar there is no "https: // Ie = ............", or " ? ie = ............ ", some browsers don't use the Google search engine. See how to set default search engine settings in the bottom part of this article.
From the Google search results page, swipe the screen to the bottom. Then search and click Settings.
From the selection window select and click Search settings
In the "SafeSearch Filters (?)" Section there are two choices:
- "Show most relevant results" dan
- "Filter explicit results"
you must select "Filter explicit results" marked with a point in the circle next to it.
Swipe the screen to the bottom, click Save.

You can test the results everytime and after settings, use general search words. One of the striking differences will be that after all the general settings, you will find alternative search results on many search pages. Alternative search results do not appear after the settings are done.

Overview of browsers and search engines.

Which is contained and installed in a smartphone or laptop device or browser (internet explorer). Examples of internet browser applications (browser) include Internet explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera, Edge, UC Browser, Samsung Browser and so on.

As for search engines (search engines) are on the internet. Search engines include objects that are on the internet. Examples of search engines are Google, Bing, Yahoo and so on. As one of the objects that are on the internet, search engines must have an internet address, such as:

Google's internet address: or (Indonesia)
Bing's internet address is
Yahoo! internet address: or (Indonesia)
More about the differences between browsers and search engines can be seen here.


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